Hainan Cancer Hospital

Hainan Cancer Hospital – Haikou City Building

Design: Zhouxiang / CANNONDESIGN / Sha

Hainan Cancer Hospital is an international cutting-edge centre of healing and research in Haikou City, China.

The building will house 1,200 hospital beds and over 11,000 staff and patients. It aims to achieve the coveted ‘Luban Award’, China’s illustrious award for design and construction.

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MOCA Cleveland Building

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, MOCA Building

Design: Farshid Moussavi / Foreign Office Architects

MOCA Cleveland is a 34,000 sqft non-collecting contemporary art museum designed to serve as a catalyst for creativity and growth in a cosmopolitan Cleveland neighborhood, which is home to one of the country’s largest concentrations of cultural, educational and medical institutions. Because The Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland is a non-collecting institution – one of the relatively few such contemporary art museums in the country – the new building does not need to accommodate collection galleries. Flexibility is key to enable the museum to display works in a great variety of media and genres.

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Bermondsey Island

Bermondsey Island, London

Design: Urban Salon

In 2003, The Architecture Foundation and Igloo Regeneration launched a competition to design the affordable housing for the Bermondsey Square development. The aspiration of the competition was to tackle the lack of affordable housing in London and generate new models of the desirable home.

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c+s associati kitchen design

c+s associati, Architects – Studio di Architettura Italia

@home new kitchen concept for .elmar by C+S architects

Who ever said that pleasure wasn’t functional? Charles Eames.

@home thinks the kitchen out of the conventional box, reinterpreting the DNA of those forms that the market conventionally names kitchen and which remind us the more complex memories of an inhabited space rich in materiality, flavours and fragrances, a fireplace which to get warm around, a table to work on or share good food as well as a good conversation.

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Nannup Holiday House

Nannup Holiday House in Western Australia

Design: Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

The Nannup Holiday house forms part of a wandering path through the landscape from Perth to Nannup. This path dialogues with the landscape of intense forest, meandering river and rolling hills, each experience is carefully choreographed to enrich the occupancy of the house.
The building structure is 90% treated plantation pine and most furniture constructed from hoop pine plantation plywood. The structure was mostly pre-fabricated to minimise building waste.

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Suzhou Business School

Suzhou Business School – Building

Design: BDP, architects

BDP has won the commission to design the International Business School in the ancient city of Suzhou which lies 80 km to the west of Shanghai. The school makes up the last building of the Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University (XJTLU) south campus. BDP was appointed in 2012 to masterplan the large-scale campus to provide world-class teaching, laboratory and research facilities, and has already designed five faculty buildings on the site.

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